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Thank you and farewell

In this article we thank our contributors for their kind participation in the course.
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Thanks and acknowledgements

It just remains for us to thank all of the many people who have made it possible to get this course onto your screens:
  • Zlakha Ahmed MBE at Apna Haq
  • Liz Forrest at Howell’s Solicitors
  • Sam Goulding at the Independent Domestic Abuse Service
  • Jamie Grace at Sheffield Hallam University
  • PC Matt Grocott at South Yorkshire Police
  • Alison Higgins at Sheffield City Council
  • Dr Amy Lampard at Sheffield CCG
  • Det Supt Melanie Palin at South Yorkshire Police
  • Dr Michaela Rogers at the University of Sheffield
  • Maggie Spark at the NHS Foundation Trust
We are also grateful to the University’s Digital Learning Team (Laura Giles, Layla Croll, David Holloway, Rob Lapworth Spark, Chris Black and Kieran Bentley) for their fantastic work on the course.
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